The Cooper T51 was a Formula One and Formula Two racing car designed by Owen Maddock and built by the Cooper Car Company for the 1959 Formula One season. The T51 earned a significant place in motor racing history when Jack Brabham drove the car to become the first driver to win the World Championship of Drivers with an engine mounted behind them, in 1959. Stirling Moss won the Italian Grand Prix in the same year in a T51.

This beautifully detailed presentation in 1:18 by Schuco is 'full reveal' with removeable front nose and hinged rear engine cover. Hand signed on the bonnet, this model comes boxed with all accessories and a Certificate of Authenticity.

Stirling Moss signed Cooper T51